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  1. After experimenting with the node distribution features using the Bias and cubic spline , I found out that they produce more problems with the mesh network causing the program to become unstable. How do you undo the distribution features? For example two equivalent domains with the same specific spacing and 1st degree of bias look very different. I am trying to do away with the uneven/gradual distribution, but to no avail. Any advise or help would be great! Thanks!
  2. After creating a third simulation run using mesh generated by a different DEM, the simulation is not allowed to run, giving the following error message: " terminated with exit code 0, stopped in structure culvert *.f90, error code 8393" Then when I click out of that window, I get "ERROR: Could not open file *_XMDF.h5". This does not happen when using multiple simulations with the same mesh. Is there a way to run multiple simulations with different mesh? The two different mesh are generated from the same "Domain" based on different DEM layers. I look forward to any advice. Thanks!
  3. Hello, I have a point shapefile that I am trying to import into SMS as scatter data. The data was created in ArcMap and each point as an associated elevation. I was able to import it into SMS but it comes in under GIS data instead of scatter data. Is there a different way I should be brining in this data? I do not have access to GMS or WMS and was therefore unable to try the answers I found on those forums for similar situations. Thank you.
  4. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  5. Does anyone know a process for exporting a materials coverage from SMS to WMS? I would like to use a 2-D materials coverage to define Manning's roughness values in a HEC-RAS model I am preparing in WMS 10.1. Thanks!
  6. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  7. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  8. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  9. I'm using SMS v11.2.10 (64-bit) Build Date: May 11 2015 How do you run an SRH-2D Morphological Analysis in SMS using the new srhgeom, srhhydro, srhmat, etc. files? When I launch SRH-2D, the pre-processor stops and waits for input at the specific gravity and number of sediment classes. I have a *_SIF.dat file with all of the correct parameters for the pre-processor, but SMS doesn't seem to utilize it. I downloaded the tutorial files for SMS 11.2 and 12.1, but none of the tutorials use a Morphological Analysis. Is it not possible to run SRH-2D in Morph mode from SMS? In the past... I've used the generic mesh with the SRH-2D template and run the pre-processor in partial interface mode. Thank you.
  10. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  11. SMS 12.1 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  12. SMS 11.2 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  13. SMS 11.2 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  14. SMS 12.0 has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  15. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  16. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  17. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  18. SMS 12.0 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  19. Hi there I'm a new SMS user, and I'm trying to visualize the ADCIRC output for Hurricane Isaac, which is in netcdf format. I'm unfamiliar with fortran, and all the different formats associated with ADCIRC output. I have accessed the ADCIRC output for Isaac through the THREDDS Data Server, and the following files are listed: maxvel.63.nc.xmf maxwvel.nc maxele.63.nc.xmf maxele.63.nc My questions are listed below: 1) Do the first two files provide information on Isaac's depth averaged velocity, and do the last two files provide information on Isaac's water surface elevation? 2) What is the difference between the (nc.xmf) format and the (nc) format? 3) How do I pull these files into SMS in order to visualize the ADCIRC output and calibrate the model? 4) Isn't there a SMS tool that allows you to directly access the empirical data (Isaac's surge and velocity, etc) needed for model calibration? Any and all feedback is very much appreciated! Thanks! Thanks!
  20. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  21. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  22. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  23. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
  24. I've been using WMS for several years but I am new user of SMS, specifically, the AdH program implementation. Recalling that the learning curve is pretty substantial from my experience with WMS, I've gone through a similar self-taught process of going through the SMS and AdH User Manuals, Learning Center tutorials, video and SMS Wiki. I did follow the AdH Intro tutorial and successfully setup the model and executed it. However, after 1 hour of simulation time (out of the 36 hour) and a run-time of 3 hours, I aborted. The tutorial indicates that depending on the speed of your computer, the model will finish in 1 - 2 hours. My laptop is a Dell Latitude, 16 GB RAM, Intel Core i7 processor with plenty of disk space. Is this a hardware limitation or an issue of computational settings (which I left to default just like the tutorial)? The above resources helped me setup my model. I imported a AutoCAD .dwg file and created scatter points from the contours & created a mesh, which turned out to be extremely dense due to the excessive vertex points SMS generated as a result of the AutoCAD contour vertices. So as an alternative, I manually defined scatter points along known elevations/contours at a less refined spacing. I generated a mesh which looked much better in terms of shapes and density. I was able to define the materials designated on the basis of channel, overbanks, and paved surfaces and correspondingly defined the boundaries based on these designated areas. I created nodestrings to define the upstream and downstream boundary conditions as Total Discharge and Water Surface Elevations, respectively, that varied for a 6 hour simulation. I created the AdH Hot Start (depth/elevation). When I ran the AdH Model Check, it gives me the triangle bad aspect error (17 in all). Following the recommendation, I went back to change the aspect ratio from the default 0.04 to 0.1 and regenerated the mesh, which gave me even more bad aspect triangles. I couldn't manually merge triangles or convert them to quadralaterals. Is option available for AdH models? I've been spinning my wheels for the past couple of weeks, so I am officially stuck and in need of some guidance from experienced users and/or developers. Sorry for the verbosity & appreciate any constructive feedback, Tamim
  25. SMS 11.2 Has been updated! The 32-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The 64-bit full installation can be downloaded here. The Tutorials can be found here. Bug fixes can be found here.
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